GALA OCT 8th!
Make your pledges here!
Sustaining and Recurring Pledges welcome to pay over time!
$25 _ Urgent Support (Grocery, Gas)
$50 - Childcare, Food/Supplies for one Workshop
$100 - Holiday Gift Cards for ages 13+ youth/Sponsor a Workshop Presenter/Holiday Grocery Share
$250 Scholarships - Happiness Toolbox and New Pathways Cultural Competence Course
$500 Urgent Bill Pay
$650 Farm Shares (Summer, Winter)
$1000 Donate a Legacy Membership to Favorite Org!
$1500 Day with Chef, Scholar, Professional in Solidarity Meeting House and Kitchen
$2500 Solidarity Equipment
$5000 Solidarity Projects/Infrastructure
$5000+ (see BRIDGE Staff or use remittance envelope)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make any pledges or click donations button at top and bottom of this page.
Text "Justice" to Donate 1-844-3-UNITY-1 is another quick way to make a pledge.
Thank you! This fills in the gaps for our constituents...urgent referrals and program participants
"Never forget that justice is what love looks like in public." ~ Cornell West
Click Through This Presentation below to view the timeline of BRIDGE. Conceived and designed by Maya, Lex and Dan!
"Love heals. When we are wounded in the place where we would know love, it is difficult to imagine that love really has the power to change everything. No matter what has happened in our past, when we open our hearts to love we can live as if born again, not forgetting the past but seeing it in a new way, letting it live inside us in a new way. We go forward with the fresh insight that the past can no longer hurt us. Or if our past was one in which we were loved, we know that no matter the occasional presence of suffering in our lives we will return always to remembered calm and bliss. Mindful remembering lets us put the broken bits and pieces of our hearts together again. This is the way healing begins." ~ bell hooks
“For grieving sisters, what other choice is there? For them, love is not yet exhausted... It is a story that blossoms in the black morning,” writes Dr. Hartman in “Litany for Grieving Sisters.”